Ghaziabad by Rail





Reaching Ghaziabad by Rail is the one of the most comfortable means of transport to the city. As such, other means of conveyance to Ghaziabad include airways and roadways.

Ghaziabad is located to the East of New Delhi. This is an industrial city and the rapid corporate development has increased the number of daily passengers. Workers from Delhi, Noida and Gurgaon regularly travel to Ghaziabad for work purpose. The two nearest railways from Ghaziabad include the Nizamuddin railway station and the New Delhi railway station.

The Ghaziabad rail junction is important in terms of local trains as well as national rail routes. Several of the long distance trains stop at Ghaziabad. The local trains, called the EMU connect Ghaziabad to the neighboring cities and towns. There are other trains, which connect Ghaziabad to Meerut, Aligarh, Palwal, Mathura, Faridabad and such other important places in Uttar Pradesh.

Plans have been drafted to improve the transportation to Ghaziabad by rail. This includes construction of the Metro rails. These underground rails will be very efficient for covering long distances in short time. The daily passengers to Ghaziabad would be greatly benefited once this metro rail project materializes. Formerly New Delhi and Kolkata were have been facilitated by the metro rails.



Last Updated on 28 September 2012

     


     

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